Tag Archives: Olympics

Aug
6
2012
Olympic rings

I have always believed in these three basic fundamentals for the sports physician: The sports medicine physician needs to: 1. Know what you know 2. Know what you don’t know … More…

Aug
3
2012
Rowing

Yesterday was day two of the Olympic finals at Dorney Lake in Eton where we witnessed the US Women’s Eight win their second consecutive Olympic medal with power, control and … More…

Aug
3
2012
Swimming backstroke

Last night was another exciting night at swimming. Michael Phelps made history (again), becoming the first swimmer to win an event in three consecutive Olympic Games when he won the … More…

Aug
2
2012
Boxers

World wide, female boxers of all ages dedicate themselves to training but were never allowed to be contenders in the Olympics. This will all change this weekend, when women will … More…

Aug
1
2012
Swimmer

Last night Michael Phelps won his record 19th Olympic medal when he swam the anchor leg of the gold medal, winning the Men’s 800 meter Freestyle relay.  Fittingly, this medal … More…

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April 17, 2014 at 2:03 pm

Dr. David B. Levine (right), Director of Alumni Affairs and chair of the HSS Archives Committee, was appointed the new director of orthopedic surgery in 1987 under Dr. Philip D. Wilson Jr. He was assisted by Dr. Thomas P. Sculco, Surgeon-in-Chief Emeritus, as associate director. #tbt #orthopedics #hss

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